When GE announced several years ago that it wanted to become a digital company, it clearly meant more than just digitizing its core businesses such as manufacturing engines and supporting them. First with it Predix platform and now by becoming the exclusive provider of Teradata solutions for commercial aviation, the $120-billion-a-year GE is spreading its digital wings much more broadly. The new additional capabilities are substantial. Teradata was doing Big Data before anyone ...


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